Published: Sun, July 16, 2017
Culture | By Julio Duncan

The Incredibles 2 will pick up right where the first film ends

The Incredibles 2 will pick up right where the first film ends

Bird confirmed that there would be new heroes showing up "with incredible powers that rival The Incredibles". Creator and director Brad Bird said the film will come out next summer, and talked about the story of the sequel a bit. What follows is a sharp send-up of decades of Disney princess history as Elsa (in a shirt that says "Just Let It Go"), Aurora ("Nap Queen"), Moana ("Shiny"), and an incomprehensibly Scottish Merida ("Mum") mercilessly skewer princess stereotypes. Incredible and his family have used against villains in the past. Incredible, Holly Hunter, who is Elastigirl, Sarah Vowel, who plays their daughter Violet, Huck Milner, who replaces Spencer Fox as Dash, and - getting a whole lot of cheers - Samuel L. Jackson, who plays Frozone. Based on the scene, the Parrs apparently still don't know that Jack-Jack has powers. Apart from talking about the storyline, Lasseter also revealed in an interview that the movie was going to be taking place right after the events of the original film.

The most exciting announcement of the panel was a new film in the works with director Dan Scanlon (Monsters University) at the helm.

Considering how mainstream the hero motion picture sort presently is, it's all the all the more fitting that The Incredibles 2 will land in 2018, 14 years after the first was gotten with basic approval.

Following the recent release of Cars 3, attendees at the panel were shown a glimpse of the next film to be set in the Cars/Planes universe, this one looking to the heavens rather than merely earth or sky. The film was originally scheduled for theatrical release on June 21, 2019, but was swapped with Toy Story 4, which was reportedly lagging in production. "We're having fun with that idea", said Bird of the switch in parental roles compared to the first film.

"Well you know it's different being in a studio and being on set and looking at people that are bigger than you and have super powers". Kristen Bell announced Olaf himself, Josh Gad, who took the stage to sing one of the short film's four new songs That Time Of Year from songwriters Elyssa Samsel and Kate Anderson. A clip was shown and it was titled "Speed Test" which focused on fighter jets - with eyes - flying around but getting bested by a much speedier jet which even went out into the atmosphere.

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